*Corresponding author:Dao Chanh Thuc, Department of Physical Education, An Giang University, Vietnam
Received: June 18, 2018; Published: July 26, 2018
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To determine the effect of weekly physical activity on biological age (BA) parameters, we conducted a study among 265 first-year female students who were divided into the experimental (EG, n=135) and control (CG, n=130) groups. It was established that if at the end of the experiment the BA parameters of the CG girls did not differ significantly from the average data of the university (p>0.05), then there was a statistically significant decrease in the BA parameters of the EG girls. This was confirmed by statistical probability (p<0.01), which suggests the dependence of biological age parameters on the extent of weekly physical activity.
Keywords: Biological age; Student; Physical activity; An Giang University